Joking about a situation where human lives are lost may seem tone-deaf. But it is humour that gets us through.
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'They exist in our midst, keep our cities going, yet are invisible.'
Diary of an Introvert: Lockdown and Why Community Support Matters
This lockdown would have been so much more difficult if we did not have a safety net in the people around us.
Training and Gear, Not Lathi-Charges, Would Help the Police Fight COVID-19
Brutality, aside from being illegal, is simply counterproductive. It will alienate people from being part of joint effort between the state and citizens to halt the spread of this …
The Long Walk
'Hunger, fatigue, thirst. Which one will get me first?'
‘The Lifeboat Association’: Why We Feel So Driven to Help Each Other
Here's what anarchist thinker Peter Kroptokin has to say.
The New Normal: ‘I Am Reminded I Have the Privilege of Doing Nothing’
'The New Normal' each week hopes to bring you the raw voices of people from across India as they live through these unparalleled times.
A poem about the various kinds of lives in a city that can be affected by the coronavirus.
COVID-19: The Joys of Silence and Coming Together
Despite all the horror and pain COVID-19 brings with it, it has also taught us a lesson that generations to come will remember – don’t run too fast because …